Globalist Games 2008 .... Make WAR Some More!

Discussion in 'Politics' started by AMT4SWA, Aug 11, 2008.

  1. The realities of the Georgian/Russian conflict.......

    Was the U.S. involved with the initiation of this decide?

    So, if the U.S. ties up Russia in their own conflict, will they be more likely to be distracted if we attack Iran???


    So how long ago did pawns of the globalists hint ahead of time their evil intentions in Ossetia (as the globalists ALWAYS do)???

    The video game from Tom Clancy.....Ghost Recon!

    "Ghost Recon begins in 2008......During the first few missions of the game, the Ghosts battle South Ossetian rebel forces from the north of Georgia, who are harassing the legitimate government and its allies. The Ghosts fight in the forests, on farms, and in villages while assisting their NATO allies in fighting the enemy. Unfortunately, the Russian government complains to the United Nations that the Americans have interfered in their affairs, and eventually they send in their army to aid the South Ossetian rebels. The U.S. cannot hope to stop the Russian Army from invading Georgia, so the Ghosts slow down the invading forces so that their allies can evacuate. Eventually, the Ghosts are all that's left of the U.S. forces in Georgia, and they evacuate by SH-60 Seahawk helicopter on the rooftop of the American Embassy in T'bilisi, just barely avoiding the Russian forces"

    All I can say is....You just cant make this shit up!!! The world has become a big virtual reality JOKE!!!
  2. Brandonf

    Brandonf ET Sponsor

    It's a video game! Just wait till Bush starts a war in Las Vegas, then ya'll will be real mad.
  3. That is OLD news....HE ALREADY DID!!! There are over 25,000 forclosures now in Vegas since bush/CHENEY took office....the bush war against Las Vegas has been ugly!!! :eek:
  4. <<<...Was the U.S. involved with the initiation of this activity...>>>

    if they were, it was a colossal mistake.

    The last thing the US should want to happen is for the Russians to wake up to the realization that they are powerful enough to go on military adventures outside of their borders and the US can do realistically little to stop it. It's the same way that Russia could do little to stop the US from invading Iraq.